Nature waking up from hibernation

Leucojum Vernum
In Poland spring begins in March and, although initially, it is rather cold, as the days progress it gets warmer. This is when vegetation season begins. Considered as typical of Poland is the occurrence of forespring season, which comes at the transition from winter to spring and is characterised by changeable weather and, apart from rains, fleeting snowfalls. Forespring is associated with the earliest plant phenomena, for instance, the flowering of the earliest perennials as well as of trees and shrubs that are still leafless. Early spring, beginning with the flowering of trees and shrubs that simultaneously develop leaves.

Narcissus jonquilla


Primula L.

Caltha palustris


Comments

  1. That top photo reminds me of a Fried Egg plant. When I was little, I wanted to have a little garden made up entirely of plants with a food theme. I may still do it!

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  2. Great captures of these early Spring flowers.

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  3. All gorgeous but the snowdrop is my favourite, I find them so hard to capture

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  4. Sehr schöne Frühlingsboten....
    Liebe Grüße, Karin

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  5. Your shots have a wonderful freshness of sprig coming forth

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  6. Our weather has been changeable here this spring, but thankfully no snow!
    Your photos are wonderful.
    Thank you for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/04/this-is-what-hope-looks-like.html

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  7. Flowers are so tender and lovely.

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  8. Such beauty! It is so hot here that many plants are just surviving:(

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  9. Beautiful shots.

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  10. So bright and beautiful! Great pics.

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  11. Very nice image set. While Autumn is my favorite time of year, I think we all look forward to the explosion of color that is Spring. Nicely captured images.

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  12. I have never seen your third plant. It's a very neat looking plant. And now I am off to look up the "fried egg" plant :-D.

    Lisa @ LTTL

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  13. Nice macro shots of pretty spring flowers ;-)

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  14. Your photos are so sunny and lovely! How wonderful to have spring on its way.

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  15. Such beauties, yellow daffodils and forsythia are always the first to bloom here.

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  16. beautiful flowers. I like your blog, there are a lot of wonderful pictures.I like it and I will follow.
    Susa from germany

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  17. So much beauty!

    http://readerbuzz.blogspot.com/2016/04/baseball.html

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  18. Very pretty spring flowers!!

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  19. It is pouring rain here. We also experienced snow, sleet and hail a few days ago. Gray days after gray days. So, it was absolutely wonderful seeing your bright yellow flowers on this blog. Thank you for making my day.
    JM, Illinois-U.S.A.

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  20. Lovely flowers, wonderful captures.

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  21. Gorgeous photos. The daffodils are my favourite...love them.

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  22. What a cheery group of spring photos! I LOVE those daffodils!

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  23. My daffodils came early and are just about over. The Grape Hyacinth are still doing pretty well. Hopefully the summer flowers won't be far behind. - Margy

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  24. what glorious flowers. i really love these Spring shots. we are still waiting for autumn to start here. it is still hot every day. perhaps we will jump straight into winter.

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  25. So much beauty! Thanks so much for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro ♥

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  26. Absolutely gorgeous!

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  27. Beautiful photos, I never get tired of looking at flowers.

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  28. thankfully, indeed it does....more and more signs get visible, i love it
    as i do your photo's
    Have a nice abc-wednesday-day / – week
    ♫ M e l ☺ d y ♫ (abc-w-team)

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  29. Spring is so beautiful, world wide. You have given us lovely photos of the season there.

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  30. Beautiful and creative nature macro shots!

    Happy Weekend coming to you ~ ^_^

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  31. we had snow in early April in Albany, NY but it's nice now

    ROG, ABCW

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  32. Hi! Spring flowers are very beautiful in your post. In early spring,we have a cycle of three cold days and four warm days.

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  33. Gran trabajo ¡¡, por mi tierra la primavera está un poco atrasada, me encantan tus fotografías de viajes. Gracias por tus comentarios. Saludos.

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  34. Marvelous photos of the first blossom in Springtime. Amazing !

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  35. The same flowers as in my area, except for the third one.

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  36. isn't it all so lovely. Spring flowers are the best

    Mollyx

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